South Dakota, SD Sports Betting Apps

Legal South Dakota Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps in 2019: TVG (iPhone, mobile site), Twinspires (iPhone, Android), BetAmerica, Xpressbet, FantasyDraft, Draft, Yahoo Fantasy site, Draftkings, Fanduel DFS app.

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Website
Bonus
Rating
Sign Up
1
BetAmerica
100% Match Bonus up to $500
4.9 rating
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2
TVG
$100 Welcome Bonus
4.9 rating
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3
Twinspires
$100 Sign up Bonus
4.9 rating
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4
Xpressbet
Sign up bonus up to $500
5.0 rating
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5
Draft Fantasy App
$3 FREE Entry Bonus!
4.8 rating
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6
Yahoo Daily Fantasy
1000 Entry Bonus Points
4.9 rating
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7
FantasyDraft
4% Cashback Bonus $200
0.0 rating
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8
Fanduel DFS
$20 DFS Bonus!
5.0 rating
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Expected South Dakota mobile betting apps in 2020 and further: DraftKings, Fanduel, 888Sports, TheScore, SBK, Unibet SD, William Hill, bet365 and more.

Best betting markets/leagues/events via SD online betting app: Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes, Local and state sanctioned Horse/Greyhound Races.

Mobile betting in South Dakota

The state of South Dakota has not yet legalized sports betting, but it does appear that it will happen soon. There are strict laws currently in place that prohibit sports betting, but lawmakers have been working to try and get those laws changed or replaced. The town of Deadwood is full of casinos and all types of gambling operations, and they are trying to get the change to happen.

South Dakota does currently allow online betting on horse and greyhound races, and TVG and TwinSpires have an app that can be used by residents in the state. If and when sports betting does become legal in South Dakota then look for some of the biggest sports betting companies on the market to be trying to break into South Dakota. Online Betting apps like FanDuel, DraftKings, and 888Sports are extremely popular throughout the country and could have something launched in South Dakota very quickly. 

More about gambling in South Dakota.